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108 Bray Farm Road N.
Yarmouth Port, MA

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Hidden History: "The Sweep of Time" at Taylor-Bray Farm

The Taylor-Bray Farm in Yarmouth Port is a 23-acre swath of land fronting the marshes near Cape Cod Bay in an area of Yarmouth Port known as Hockanom. Richard and Ruth Taylor first came here from England and began farming the land in 1639. Over the course of a few hundred years, there were seven generations of Taylors.

Listen to the WCAI broadcast here.

New Interpretive Signs at the Farm

Kiosk Sign

When you shop at smile.amazon.com, Amazon can donate a portion
of the value of your purchase to the Taylor-Bray Farm.


Plan an event at the Farm

For a birthday or other occasion at the farm, email us or call the Farm at 774-251-1869.
We will get back to you as quickly as we can.

Student Oportunities at the Farm

Here is your chance to earn Community Credit at Taylor-Bray Farm. There are opportunities to work with the animals and help with maintenance. You can also help at farm festivals and assist with school and camp visits. For more information email Maureen Clark, the Farm Coordinator.

Taylor-Bray Farm Newsletter

Read the latest edition of the farm newsletter. Seasons at the Farm. (PDF document)


Celebrate Cape Cod History

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Historical Society
of Old Yarmouth

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Cape Cod Museum
of Natural History

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Cape Cod
Museum Trail